ARCHBOLD — The Four County Career Center Board of Education recently accepted four resignations, including one retirement.
Pam Kuhn retired from her position as a guidance counselor, effective June 30. The board accepted the following resignations: Michael Marshall, in-school studies monitor, effective Aug. 12; Kyle Zartman, math instructor, effective Aug. 12; and Lisa Hite, career-technical supervisor, effective July 22.
The board also approved the employment of Kristine Manning as ag satellite instructor in Edgerton, Tracy Harding as junior automotive technologies instructor and Tim Myers as math instructor.
Toby Kennerk transferred to senior automotive technologies instructor, and a supplemental contract was approved with Denton Blue for bus maintenance on an as-needed basis.
Peggy Arroyo, James Rettig, Carol Singer, Bailey Tejkl and Terry Nally were approved as bus drivers for the 2018-19 school year.
The board also:
•Approved insurance coverage with Wright Specialty/Markel Corp. through USI Insurance Services National, Inc. Insurance Services.
•Ratified applications for grants for fiscal year 2019.
•Approved temporary appropriations for fiscal year 2019.
•Approved 2018-19 Adult Education employment and hourly rates.
•Approved a service agreement with Carol A. Budzenski, Ph.D, for the 2018-19 school year.
•Approved the 2018-19 CBI Handbook and Preschool/Childcare Handbook.
•Approved the hospitality program community based training sites for 2018-19.
•Approved the Ayersville, Tinora and Edgerton agribusiness courses of study.
•Approved a lease agreement between Northwest Ohio Gymnastics Academy and Four County Career Center.
•Approved Lauren Helberg, Julie Mangas and Morgan Weber as Local Professional Development Committee (LPDC) members and Marijene Tomlinson as LPDC secretary for the 2018-19 school year.
•Approved a receipt of notice and waiver of the 45-day notice for an enterprise zone agreement for Adroit Thinking, LLC, and for a community reinvestment area agreement with the Village of Hicksville.
•Accepted the following donations to the Drug Free Clubs of America: $570 from Martin Sprocket and Gear, $570 from Manufacturing Housing Enterprises, Inc. and $200 from Northwestern Ohio Driver Training School, Inc.
The next board meeting will be at 6:30 p.m. July 19 in the multi-purpose room at Four County Career Center.
(Information courtesy of Four County Career Center.)